From: g33kd on
You could try using sfc, specifically from the recovery console. Its obvious
that one of the required dll file is missing or corrupt, so your best bet
would be to use System File Checker if you wish to avoid a complete reinstall
of Windows to get the problem fixed. This is because despite the version of
Windows you use, IE is an integrated component within Windows which you
cannot reinstall alone. So try out sfc and scan for the missing dll file from
the commandline.

It fixed most of my errors with integral components of Windows. If your not
sure of how to use SFC reply me back.